Author and presenter of ABC TV's BESPOKE, Marcus Westbury, has provided two copies of his fascinating new book, Creating Cities, to give away to readers of The Urbanist. Entries close in one week
Thanks to Monash University Publishing, I have two copies of the brilliant Trendyville: The Battle for Australia's Inner Cities to give away to readers of The Urbanist. Entries close in one week
The comp for City Limits isn't over until Thursday but such is reader Michael R James enthusiasm he couldn't hold back; he boldly offered his views on the various cities nominated by readers as their "favourite"
Thanks to MUP, I have two copies of the Grattan Institute's fascinating new book, City Limits: why Australia's cities are broken and how to fix them, to give away to readers of The Urbanist.
How would you spend $10 billion in your city if you had a lazy $10 billion? Improving public transport and cycling are the top priority according to readers
The Urbanist has two copies of Andrew Leigh's new book, Battlers & Billionaires, to give away prior to the official launch on 1 July. Entries close tonight - click on the picture or the link below to be in the running. Every entrant has an equal chance (of course)!
In his forthcoming book, Battlers & Billionaires, Andrew Leigh asks: Is Australia fair enough? To answer the question, Black Inc. has given The Urbanist two copies to give away to readers
The winners of The Urbanist's Where to Ride book competition are Sian Dart and Jane Lodge. For many entrants in the competition, too many bicycles in a household is never enough!
Bicycling Australia has given me two copies of its Where to Ride book series on cycling in Australian cities to give away to readers of The Urbanist. The winners can choose which city they want
This competition is closed. The winners selected strictly by the random number generator at RANDOM.ORG are #31 Jeff Tyson, Friends of Alieu, and #33 Charles Richardson, Scarlateen. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Now that the political drama over who will lead the Government is over and we, the Australian people, are back at centre stage where we should properly be, it’s […]